Timings : Sunday: 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM,
Monday - Wednesday, Friday and Saturday: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM,
Thursday: 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Built in the late 19th century in the Romanesque Revival style, the Queen Victoria Building is a beautiful piece of architecture, quite appropriately housing some of the best and up-scale shopping brands.
The Queen Victoria Building in Sydney is a fine example of Victorian-era architecture in Australia preserved in its pristine condition. Designed to replace the Sydney markets as the Queen Victoria Market in the late nineteenth century, the QVB holds more than 150 of Sydney’s finest boutiques and shops, making it a must-visit for shopaholics and history-buffs visiting the city. Occupying an entire block of Sydney’s Central Business District on George Street, the heritage-listed Queen Victoria Building has quickly become the most prestigious shopping centre of Sydney, as well as one of its many iconic landmarks. The most striking feature of this gorgeous building is the grand central dome, an eye-catcher from anywhere in the area. Whether you want to witness the magnificent architectural detail of QVB, a combination of the 19th century Romanesque and Byzantine styles, be amazed at the exotic glass stained windows or shop till you drop at one of the many famous stores here, the Queen Victoria Building is the perfect place for you to visit while wandering Sydney’s fascinating CBD. Once you are done shopping to your heart’s content, be sure to grab a bite or some coffee at the fantastic restaurants and cafes in the building.